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Definition of Orbits
OrbitOrbit Or"bit, n. [L. orbita a track or rut made by a wheel,
course, circuit, fr. orbis a circle: cf. F. orbite. See 2d
1. (Astron.) The path described by a heavenly body in its
periodical revolution around another body; as, the orbit
of Jupiter, of the earth, of the moon.
2. An orb or ball. [Rare & Improper]
Roll the lucid orbit of an eye. --Young.
3. (Anat.) The cavity or socket of the skull in which the eye
and its appendages are situated.
4. (Zo["o]l.) The skin which surrounds the eye of a bird.
Meaning of Orbits from wikipedia
- bound orbits
will have negative total
energy, the parabolic trajectories
energy, and hyperbolic orbits positive total
energy. An open orbit
- elliptical orbits
1; for example, Halley's Comet
has a value
of 0.967. Non-periodic comets follow
- Look up orbital
in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Orbital
to: Atomic orbital Molecular orbital Hybrid orbital Orbit Earth orbit Orbit
- called polar orbits
or Sun-synchronous orbits
. Higher orbits include medium Earth orbit
(MEO), sometimes called intermediate circular orbit
(ICO), and further...
- body has to orbit
at a distance
of 1.08 meters from the central
of m****. In the special
case of perfectly circular orbits
, the semimajor...
- is a list of types
: Galactocentric orbit
: An orbit about
of a galaxy. The Sun follows
this type of orbit about
of elliptic orbits include Hohmann transfer orbits
, Molniya orbits
, and tundra orbits
. Under standard
****umptions, no other...
- Most lunar
100 km (62 mi), are unstable. Gravitational anomalies slightly distorting
of some Lunar Orbiters
led to the discovery...
- systems, the orbits
are sequences; for real dynamical
systems, the orbits
are curves; and for holomorphic dynamical
systems, the orbits
- Geosynchronous Orbit
, list updated daily
Science@NASA – Geosynchronous Orbit
NASA – Planetary Orbits Science Presse
data on Geosynchronous Orbits
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